What do lingerie-clad models getting naughty with
vegetables, a pizza delivery guy who can't deliver "the sausage," and
a barroom full of milk-guzzling coeds who bare their udders (yes, udders) have to do with the world's
biggest sporting event? All three are among playful PETA ads that were deemed
too hot to air during the Super Bowl. So as kickoff for Super Bowl XLVI fast
approaches, call a time-out to sit back and enjoy what you won't get to see during
You've never seen broccoli and asparagus looking so good—honest.
After watching this video, we think you'll agree that drinking
cow's milk is udder nonsense.
Watch what you order on that pizza! You wouldn't want to
disappoint these eager ladies like the delivery guy did.
The next time you drive past a KFC and notice Colonel
Sanders' mug on the sign, you'll ask yourself, "Why is that man
Academy Award–nominee Joaquin Phoenix stars in this PETA
commercial that really is "for the birds."
The networks may have thrown a flag on our Super Bowl ads,
but we'd like to know what you think. Just click on your favorite below, and your
vote will be automatically tallied:
As you can see, most of our banned Super Bowl ads take a lighthearted
approach to a very serious subject: the abuse of animals raised and killed for
food. To make the switch from eating meat and dairy products to eating healthy,
humane, and Earth-friendly vegetarian meals, order a free copy of PETA's vegetarian/vegan starter kit today.
Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights? Read more.